American Actress

Ethel Grey Terry

  • Oct 02, 1882 - Jan 06, 1931 (age 48)
  • 5' 6" (1.68 m)
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1931
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Ethel Grey Terry

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1928
Object: Alimony
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MovieDec 22, 1928

Object: Alimony

Ruth Butler, a clerk in an emporium, marries Jimmy …
Ruth Butler, a clerk in an emporium, marries Jimmy Rutledge and thereby greatly displeases his mother, the owner of the emporium, because of Ruth's lowly origins. Renaud Graham, one of Mrs. Rutledge's friends, becomes interested in Ruth, forces his way into her apartment, and attempts to make violent love to her. Jimmy walks in on their embrace and, suspecting the worst, leaves Ruth. In the family way, Ruth finds refuge in a boardinghouse where she meets Al Bryant, an aspiring writer. Ruth tells Al her life story, and he makes it into a bestselling novel and then into a play. Jimmy sees the play and comes to his senses, winning Ruth's forgiveness.
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Confessions of a Wife
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MovieDec 10, 1928

Confessions of a Wife

Confessions of a Wife is a …
Confessions of a Wife is a 1928 American silent drama film directed by Albert H. Kelley and starring Helene Chadwick, Walter McGrail and Ethel Grey Terry. A married woman loses huge amounts of money playing cards. She is blackmailed by her creditors into gaining them access to a ball where the wealthy will all be wearing their most expensive jewellery. She agrees to their terms, but also contacts the police who are able to thwart the plot.
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A Dumb Waiter
MovieSep 16, 1928

A Dumb Waiter

A Dumb Waiter released.
Modern Mothers
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MovieMay 13, 1928

Modern Mothers

Adele Dayton, a famous actress, visits her daughter, Mildred, …
Adele Dayton, a famous actress, visits her daughter, Mildred, whom she left with relatives as an infant. Her guardians, Mazie and John, permit the visit provided Adele conceals her relationship from Mildred. While Adele is there, she unintentionally attracts the admiration of Mildred's sweetheart, aspiring playwright David Starke, when she helps him sell one of his plays to a Broadway producer. David goes to New York city to open the play, neglecting Mildred. On opening night Mildred visits Adele and finds her in an embrace with David; she upbraids Adele for stealing David's affection from her and returns to her home in Massachusetts. Realizing she has hurt her own daughter, Adele sacrifices her love for David, snubbing him with a cold shoulder, he soon returns to Mildred and they marry.
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Skinner's Big Idea
MovieMar 26, 1928

Skinner's Big Idea

Skinner's Big Idea is a 1928 American comedy film …
Skinner's Big Idea is a 1928 American comedy film directed by Lynn Shores and written by Matt Taylor and Randolph Bartlett. It is based on the 1918 novel Skinner's Big Idea by Henry Irving Dodge. The film stars Bryant Washburn, William Orlamond, James Bradbury Sr., Robert Dudley, Ole M. Ness and Charles Wellesley. The film was released on April 24, 1928, by Film Booking Offices of America.
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1927
The Cancelled Debt
MovieSep 1, 1927

The Cancelled Debt

The Cancelled Debt is a 1927 American silent melodrama …
The Cancelled Debt is a 1927 American silent melodrama film, directed by Phil Rosen. It stars Rex Lease, Charlotte Stevens, and Florence Turner, and was released on September 1, 1927.
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1926
Hard Boiled
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MovieJun 6, 1926

Hard Boiled

Hard Boiled is a 1926 American silent western film directed …
Hard Boiled is a 1926 American silent western film directed by John G. Blystone and starring Tom Mix, Helene Chadwick and Heinie Conklin.
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The Love Toy
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MovieFeb 13, 1926

The Love Toy

The Love Toy is a lost 1926 American silent comedy film …
The Love Toy is a lost 1926 American silent comedy film directed by Erle C. Kenton and starring Lowell Sherman, Jane Winton, and Willard Louis. The film was produced and distributed by Warner Brothers.
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1925
What Fools Men
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MovieSep 6, 1925

What Fools Men

Joseph Greer is a wealthy businessman in New York …
Joseph Greer is a wealthy businessman in New York City with all the trappings including a prim-and-proper secretary, Jenny McFarlan, who takes dictation during working hours and, at night, minus her eyeglasses, serves as his nightclub companion and mistress. Then his daughter,Beatrice, whom he has never seen, shows up and moves in with him. Beatrice is a grown-up flapper who loves jazz, pool parties, flaunting prohibition and carrying-on in general. Most of her carrying-on is with the family chauffeur and her father does not approve, says so, and fires the chauffeur. His parental-guidance technique backfires as Beatrice ups and elopes with the chauffeur. Later, the father has some problems with his business associates and loses his business and most of his fixtures and disappears. But Beatrice locates him and there is a happy reunion between father and daughter, especially since daughter has brought along Jenny to cheer him up.
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1924
The Fast Worker
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MovieOct 26, 1924

The Fast Worker

The Fast Worker is a 1924 American silent comedy film …
The Fast Worker is a 1924 American silent comedy film directed by William A. Seiter and starring Reginald Denny, Laura La Plante and Ethel Grey Terry.
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1923
Wild Bill Hickok
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MovieNov 18, 1923

Wild Bill Hickok

After the America Civil War ends, important political and …
After the America Civil War ends, important political and military figures gather in Washington D.C. Gunfighter Wild Bill Hickok (William Hart) retires to Dodge City where he hangs up his gun belt and takes over a card table. Local lawmen are unable to rid the town of lawless cowboys. Hickok's arch-enemy and gang leader Jack McQueen accuses Hickok of losing his nerve. Hickok visits General Custer and retrieves his sword, taking up his role once more as a fighter for what's right. He returns to Dodge City and enlists the help of friends Wyatt Earp, Calamity Jane, Bat Masterson, Doc Holliday, Charlie Bassett, Luke Short and Bill Tilghman to clean up the town. Hickok falls for the wife of George Hamilton (Carl Gerard). Pursued for his crimes, McQueen leaves town and gets away. Hickok follows him and tries to bring him to justice.
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Why Women Remarry
MovieOct 30, 1923

Why Women Remarry

Why Women Remarry released.
The Unknown Purple
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MovieOct 1, 1923

The Unknown Purple

Inventor Peter Marchmont has discovered a purple light that …
Inventor Peter Marchmont has discovered a purple light that renders the user invisible. On his release from prison, Marchmont, disguised as Victor Cromport, uses the light to revenge himself against his former wife, Jewel, and her partner, James Dawson, who framed him for theft. Making himself invisible, Marchmont gradually ruins Dawson. He so wins Jewel's confidence and love that she is willing to kill Dawson at Marchmont's request. Finally, Marchmont leaves the scheming couple to their own misery and marries Jewel's sister, Ruth Marsh.
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The Self-Made Wife
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MovieJul 8, 1923

The Self-Made Wife

Tim Goodwin and his wife Corrie are living in poverty when …
Tim Goodwin and his wife Corrie are living in poverty when Tim's oil well strikes it rich. He soon works his way to the top of the social scale, but Corrie doesn't change at all--she stays a dour, drab woman with no social skills whatsoever. Tim gets so embarrassed by her that he hires a "social secretary" for her to teach her how to function in the social strata in which they find themselves.
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What Wives Want
MovieMay 6, 1923

What Wives Want

What Wives Want released.
Brass
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MovieMar 4, 1923

Brass

With her marriage on the verge of breaking up, a young wife …
With her marriage on the verge of breaking up, a young wife attempts to win back the love of her husband and child.
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Garrison's Finish
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MovieJan 15, 1923

Garrison's Finish

Billy Garrison, a jockey, is framed and suspended for throwing …
Billy Garrison, a jockey, is framed and suspended for throwing a face. Depressed, he goes to a bar and eventually gets into a fight. He loses his memory, and is taken to the home of pretty young Sue Desha, who gets him a job as a jockey for her father, Col. Desha. Unfortunately, the man who framed Billy, named Crimmins, finds out he's working for the Sue's father and reveals Billy's past to the colonel. Complications ensue.
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1922
Peg o' My Heart
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MovieDec 1, 1922

Peg o' My Heart

A young Irish lass subsisting in a shanty is forced to spend …
A young Irish lass subsisting in a shanty is forced to spend three years in England training to be a proper lady in order to collect her inheritance.
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Under Two Flags
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MovieSep 24, 1922

Under Two Flags

An English nobleman, known only as Victor, arrives in Algiers …
An English nobleman, known only as Victor, arrives in Algiers and joins the French Foreign Legion as a private without revealing his true identity. He attracts and is loved by Cigarette, a French-Arab girl and "daughter of the regiment," but does not return her attentions. She is at first furious, and when she learns Victor's past and the name of his true love she goes to the Princess Corona with the intention of killing her. But Cigarette's hate turns to admiration, and she reveals Victor's identity to the princess. Learning of Sheik Ben Ali Hammed's plots against Victor and Algiers, she gives evidence that clears him of treason, makes a wild ride ahead of the Arabs to warn the troops, and dies in Victor's arms after shielding him from the executioner's bullet.
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Oath-Bound
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MovieAug 13, 1922

Oath-Bound

Oath-Bound released.
The Kickback
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MovieJul 1, 1922

The Kickback

In order to get Harry's ( Harry Carey ) land and girl for …
In order to get Harry's ( Harry Carey ) land and girl for himself, Aaron Price ( Henry B. Walthall ) sends him to Mexico to bring back some horses with false papers. Harry is imprisoned in Mexico, escapes, and is imprisoned again at home. Just as he is about to be lynched a Mexican girl he has befriended brings the Texas Rangers to the rescue.
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The Crossroads of New York
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MovieMay 21, 1922

The Crossroads of New York

A young man from the …
A young man from the country travels to the city to find his fortune. Although he has a letter of introduction from his wealthy uncle, the best job he can find is that of a street cleaner. He catches the eye of his landlady, who somehow manages to get the man to propose to her, but he then falls in love with a pretty young socialite, and when his rich uncle dies finds himself being sued by a gold-digging vamp who wants to her her hands on his inheritance.
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Too Much Business
MovieApr 9, 1922

Too Much Business

Through sheer bluff Rodney Marvin ( Edward Everett Horton ) …
Through sheer bluff Rodney Marvin ( Edward Everett Horton ) gets a job on a newspaper; becomes editor Matt Hayward's ( James Corrigan ) partner; and brings about a reconciliation between Hayward and his long time enemy, Mayor Gorham ( Lloyd Ingraham ).
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Travelin' on
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MovieMar 5, 1922

Travelin' on

Travelin' On is a 1922 American silent Western film directed …
Travelin' On is a 1922 American silent Western film directed by Lambert Hillyer, written by William S. Hart and Lambert Hillyer, and starring William S. Hart, James Farley, Ethel Grey Terry, Brinsley Shaw, Mary Jane Irving, Bob Kortman, and Willis Marks. It was released on March 5, 1922, by Paramount Pictures. A copy of the film is in the Library of Congress.
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Shattered Idols
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MovieFeb 6, 1922

Shattered Idols

Shattered Idols is a 1922 American drama film directed by …
Shattered Idols is a 1922 American drama film directed by Edward Sloman and written by William V. Mong. It is based on the 1912 novel The Daughter of Brahma by I. A. R. Wylie. The film stars Marguerite De La Motte, William V. Mong, James W. Morrison, Frankie Lee, Ethel Grey Terry, and Alfred Allen. The film was released on February 6, 1922, by Associated First National Pictures.
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1921
The White Mouse
MovieNov 6, 1921

The White Mouse

The White Mouse released.
Suspicious Wives
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MovieSep 1, 1921

Suspicious Wives

Suspicious Wives released.
The Breaking Point
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MovieFeb 1, 1921

The Breaking Point

Because of her dire financial situation, Ruth Marshall is …
Because of her dire financial situation, Ruth Marshall is forced to marry Richard Janeway, a wealthy but drunken playboy who cheats on her. Not only that, but on their honeymoon he hooks up with Lucia, a former girlfriend. Ruth becomes pregnant, but on the night their child is born, her husband decides to attend a wild party, and not long after that he throws her out of the house, threatening to give their child to his mistress. Eventually his abuse becomes more than Ruth can stand and matters finally come to a head.
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Habit
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MovieJan 1, 1921

Habit

Habit is a 1921 American silent drama film directed by Edwin …
Habit is a 1921 American silent drama film directed by Edwin Carewe and written by Madge Tyrone based upon a play by Tom Barry. The film starred Mildred Harris.
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1920
Food for Scandal
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MovieSep 12, 1920

Food for Scandal

Food for Scandal is a 1920 American comedy film …
Food for Scandal is a 1920 American comedy film directed by James Cruze and written by Edith Kennedy. The film stars Wanda Hawley, Harrison Ford, Ethel Grey Terry, Margaret McWade, Minnie Devereaux, and Juan de la Cruz. The film was released on September 12, 1920, by Realart Pictures Corporation.
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The Penalty
MovieJul 30, 1920

The Penalty

A deformed criminal mastermind plans to loot the city of San …
A deformed criminal mastermind plans to loot the city of San Francisco as well as revenge himself on the doctor who mistakenly amputated his legs.
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Going Some
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MovieJul 1, 1920

Going Some

Going Some is a lost 1920 silent film directed by Harry …
Going Some is a lost 1920 silent film directed by Harry Beaumont. It stars Cullen Landis, Helen Ferguson, Kenneth Harlan and Lillian Hall. It was released by Goldwyn Pictures.
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1919
The Mystery of the Yellow Room
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MovieOct 19, 1919

The Mystery of the Yellow Room

Mathilde Stangerson delays …
Mathilde Stangerson delays marrying Robert Darzac, as she wants to continue to aide her father, a scientist, in his experiments. Later, on the evening of her engagement announcement, Mathilde leaves her father in his laboratory at midnight, and goes to her adjoining yellow room. The professor, hearing gunshots and screaming, breaks Mathilde's locked door to find her bloodied, and the room in disarray, with papers of their studies stolen. How the assailant escaped the room, with a locked door and windows secured with iron shutters, is a mystery which baffles the renowned police detective Frederic Larsan, and cub reporter Rouletabille, assigned to the case. While Larsan investigates at the house, the professor's gamekeeper is murdered. Although clues lead to Robert, who, when arrested, refuses to explain his actions, Rouletabille returns from America to interrupt the trial with the solution to the mystery and prove that Larsan is the killer.
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Phil for Short
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MovieJun 2, 1919

Phil for Short

A feisty, independent young woman, Damophilia Illington …
A feisty, independent young woman, Damophilia Illington ("Phil" for short, hence the title), the daughter of a progressive university professor, is devastated by the sudden death of her father. The town's banker, an arrogant stuffed shirt, wants to marry Phil and has himself declared her guardian. Not wanting to marry him, she quickly leaves town and lands a job at a nearby university as an assistant to a professor of Greek literature (an area in which her father trained her) who is bitter and resentful after the breakup of his engagement to a woman who, it turned out, had been lying to him. "Phil", however, is determined to win him over.
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The Carter Case
MovieMar 17, 1919

The Carter Case

The Carter Case released.
1918
Just for Tonight
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MovieSep 16, 1918

Just for Tonight

Just for Tonight is a surviving 1918 American silent comedy …
Just for Tonight is a surviving 1918 American silent comedy drama film directed by Charles Giblyn and starring Tom Moore. It was produced and distributed by Goldwyn Pictures, one of the predecessors of MGM.
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A Doll's House
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MovieJun 2, 1918

A Doll's House

Sheltered and submissive Nora Helmar, wife of young lawyer …
Sheltered and submissive Nora Helmar, wife of young lawyer Thorvald Helmar, secretly forges her deceased father's name to a security note and borrows enough money from a shady moneylender named Krogstadt to send her ailing husband abroad. The trip restores Helmar's health, and several years later, he is appointed the manager of the bank in which Krogstadt is employed. When Helmar discharges Krogstadt for dishonest dealings, the latter angrily sends a letter to the Helmar home revealing Nora's secret. Helmar renounces his wife, and although Krogstadt later promises to keep silent about the forgery, Nora, now painfully aware of her husband's selfishness, leaves him.
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1917
Vengeance Is Mine
MovieDec 16, 1917

Vengeance Is Mine

Ruined by a powerful financial ring, Farrington commits suicide, …
Ruined by a powerful financial ring, Farrington commits suicide, after which his daughter Paula vows to take vengeance in her own hands and hunt the man behind the ring. At a house party, Paula meets Dr. Smith, who falls in love with her, but a misunderstanding separates them. Unsuccessful in locating the man, but knowing that papers in the house of Van Brunt, one of the ring members, will identify the leader, Paula secures the papers with the aid of Old Bill Fitch, a reformed burglar. To her horror, she discovers that the man is Dr. Smith's father. Paula relinquishes vengeance for love, and Dr. Smith's father, realizing the error of his ways, agrees to make reparations.
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The Secret of the Storm Country
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MovieNov 1, 1917

The Secret of the Storm Country

Rejected by the townspeople …
Rejected by the townspeople because her father is a squatter, Tess Skinner nevertheless wins the love of the wealthy Frederick Graves, who secretly marries her. When Frederick's mother insists that he marry heiress Madelene Waldersticker, however, he lacks the courage to admit that he is already married and instead acquiesces to his mother's wishes. For her husband's sake, Tess conceals his crime of bigamy. When her baby is due, Tess is summoned before a council of churchmen and banished from the church because she refuses to name her betrayer. Left alone upon the death of her father, Tess is shielded by Mr. Young, a middle-aged admirer who offers her and her baby the protection of his home. Several years later, Frederick dies of a heart attack and Tess rewards her faithful friend by becoming his wife.
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The Hawk
MovieApr 23, 1917

The Hawk

The Hawk released.
Apartment 29
MovieApr 9, 1917

Apartment 29

Apartment 29 released.
Arsene Lupin
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MovieMar 12, 1917

Arsene Lupin

Arsene Lupin is a lost 1917 American mystery film …
Arsene Lupin is a lost 1917 American mystery film directed by Paul Scardon and starring Earle Williams, Brinsley Shaw and Henry Leone. It based on the character of the French gentleman thief Arsene Lupin.
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1916
The Struggle
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MovieMar 27, 1916

The Struggle

Carew, surgeon at an army post, is in love with Marjorie …
Carew, surgeon at an army post, is in love with Marjorie Caldwell, but Marjorie, who is all for social stuff, thinks her feeling toward him is only friendship. Dames comes to the post as junior surgeon, and supersedes Carew in her regard, marrying the girl. Mrs. Drew, a widow, comes to the post and an intrigue begins between Dames and the widow. Carew sees it, and to save Marjorie tells her that his absences are matters of duty. He asks to be transferred to Manila, and he and Dames are both sent there. On the way Carew warns Dames that he will lose Marjorie's love, and they quarrel, Dames being partly drunk. The ship hits a reef, and Dames, in an effort to save himself, wrenches a life preserver from a woman. Marjorie and Carew are left on the ship, but Carew rescues her, and in the morning they are on the shore of an island with an overturned boat and the bodies of their fellow passengers in the surf. On the shore of another island Dames is rescued by an Abbot, but his wounds cause him to lose his identity. On the first island, Marjorie comes to see the strength of Carew's character but he refrains from telling her of the actions of her husband. A ship is sighted, and Carew, after a struggle, lights the beacon that will save them both but probably take Marjorie away from him. In San Francisco they learn that Dames is reported missing. He asks her to be his wife, but she thinks Dames may still be alive. Dames is on the island with lepers, and works with the monks as Father Fabrician. Carew comes to the island and finds Dames at work among the lepers. He recognizes Dames, but the latter denies his identity. He goes to the monastery, tells the Abbot the truth, and Dames leaves with Carew for Manila, and an operation that will restore his memory. After the operation Dames returns to his drunken habits, and reading some of Carew's letters he learns of the feeling of his wife, giving it a sinister turn. As he prepares to assault Carew he sees the marks of leprosy on his arm, becomes agonized with fear, jumps overboard and is lost. In San Francisco Carew finds Marjorie, tells her of the occurrences and of Dame's death, and while she feels sorry that he has gone as he did, she finds her true happiness with Carew.
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1915
Bought
MovieNov 1, 1915

Bought

Bought released.
1914
The Sign of the Cross
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MovieDec 21, 1914

The Sign of the Cross

The Sign of the Cross is a …
The Sign of the Cross is a 1914 American drama silent film directed by Frederick A. Thomson based on the play by the late Wilson Barrett. The film stars William Farnum, Rosina Henley, Sheridan Block, Morgan Thorpe, Ethel Grey Terry, Lila Barclay and George Majeroni. The film was released on December 21, 1914, by Paramount Pictures.
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1910
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Carl Gerard

Carl Gerard (born Carl Gerhard Petersen; 28 September …
Carl Gerard (born Carl Gerhard Petersen; 28 September 1885 – 6 January 1966), sometimes credited as Carl Gerrard, was a Danish-American actor known for playing supporting roles.
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1882
Ethel Grey Terry
BirthOctober 1882

Ethel Grey Terry

Ethel Grey Terry was born.
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